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LAST CALL FOR ART SUBMISSIONS FOR THE TEENAGE MENTAL HELP HANDBOOK.
We are looking for photographs, paintings, doodles, collages or computer graphics to publish in the handbook. Images can relate to any of the themes that come up in the app: school, family, friendship, relationships, gender, sexuality, bereavement, body image or mental health. You don't need to be Picasso. We are looking for creativity and ideas rather than technical proficiency. We can credit your images with your name or you can remain anonymous. Email submissions to firstname.lastname@example.org
Public speaking opportunity for students aged 13 - 19
On Saturday 14th April the co-founders of MeeTwo, Kerstyn Comley & Suzi Godson, will be speaking about youth wellbeing and mental health at the Medical Innovations Summit hosted by the Royal Society of Medicine in London. We are looking for 2 young people to join us on stage to share their views about youth mental health and wellbeing. This is a highly prestigious opportunity that would be an asset to any young person's CV.
Get your voice heard.
The MeeTwo magazine is a chance for young people across the UK to tell it like it is and write about how it feels to deal with issues such as exam stress, selfie culture, family breakdown, cultural conflict, toxic friendships and sex and relationships.
This is an ideal PSHE or English project and is also a suitable activity for youth groups.